MODERN DESIGN AUCTION MONDAY 30 JULY 2018, MELBOURNE
AUCTION CATALOGUE VOLUME 11 ISSUE 11
Front Cover 1 GERRIT RIETVELD ‘ZIG-ZAG’ CHAIR FOR CASSINA $2,000-3,000
Inside Cover 10 ALDO NASON MURANO GLASS CHANDELIER FOR MAZZEGA $3,500-5,500
MODERN DESIGN AUCTION MONDAY 30 JULY 2018 AT 6.30PM, MELBOURNE
VIEWING 333 Malvern Road, South Yarra VIC 3141 Wednesday 25 July, 9am-8pm Saturday 28 July, 10am-4pm Sunday 29 July, 10am-4pm
Anna Grassham Head of Modern Design | BA Contemporary Arts (03) 8825 5637 | 0415 076 480 email@example.com
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50 GERRIT RIETVELD ‘637 UTRECHT’ ARMCHAIR FOR CASSINA $4,000-5,000
70 ACHILLE CASTIGLIONI ‘SNOOPY’ LAMP FOR FLOS $1,500-2,000
Italians Do It Better Italian furniture design, like most art forms coming out from Italy will never
Whatever your taste you can be rest assured that this collection reflects
go out of style. This may be a bold statement to make, however, you only
contemporary culture along with a unique mix of creativity, innovation and
have to look back through history to find that their atheistics have stood the
test of time and continue to break new ground. Manufacturers such as B&B Italia and Cassina continue to evolve and offer For centuries, Italian manufacturers have used only the best materials and,
distinctive design products and propose a type of European lifestyle, no
more importantly, are renowned for some of the most distinctive furniture
matter where your home is.
designers in history. This includes luminaries such as Ettore Sottsass, Gio Ponti, Patricia Urquiola, Gaetano Pesce and Antonio Citterio to name
So enjoy yourself this July, lash out the Italian way, buy something amazing,
but a few.
indulge and feel great about it.
The July auction presents a stunning collection of Italian furniture from major
Anna Grassham, Head of Modern Design
manufacturers such as Cassina, Poltrona Frau, B&B Italia and Artemide. There are early pieces from designers such as Paolo Buffa and Silvio Cavatorta, that include card tables, mirrored sideboards and credenza’s with stunning marble.
90 FRANCOIS AZAMBOURG ‘MR. BUGATTI’ FLOOR LAMP FOR CAPPELLINI $1,500-2,500
91 FRANCOIS AZAMBOURG ‘MR. BUGATTI’ FLOOR LAMP FOR CAPPELLINI $1,500-2,500
60 LUCA NICHETTO ‘LA MISE’ ARMCHAIR FOR CASSINA $2,000-3,000
20 FRANCO ALBINI ‘ 839 TL3’ TABLE FOR CASSINA $1,500-2,500
30 LE CORBUSIER ‘LC15’ TABLE FOR CASSINA $3,000-4,000
(Opposite) 100 CARLO SCARPA ‘RIALTO’ THREE PIECE COMPOSITION FOR CASSINA $2,000-3,000 7
55 PATRICIA URQUIOLA ‘BLOOMY’ CHAIR FOR MOROSO $800-1,200
31 FRANCO ALBINI ‘837’ CHAISE LONGUE FOR CASSINA $4,000-6,000
99 EERO AARNIO ‘SCREW’ TABLE FOR EERO AARNIO ORIGINALS $1,000-1,500
80 GIANFRANCO FRATTINI NEST OF TABLES FOR CASSINA $1,000-1,500
65 ANTONIO CITTERIO PAIR OF ‘MART MPG1’ CHAIRS FOR B&B ITALIA $2,000-3,000
101 ANTONIO CITTERIO ‘BAISITY’ THREE SEAT SOFA FOR B&B ITALIA $3,000-4,000
85 JAIME HAYON ‘REACTION POETIQUE’ TABLE FOR CASSINA $800-1,200
75 MARIO BELLINI ‘CAB’ LOUNGE CHAIR FOR CASSINA $3,000-4,000
15 SIMON STUDIO ‘CONSTANTIN’ TABLE FOR CASSINA $1,000-1,500
95 PHILIPPE STARCK “MYWORLD” SOFA FOR CASSINA $5,000-7,000
25 GIULIO CAPPELLINI PAIR OF ‘BONG’ TABLES $600-800
35 MARCO ZANUSO ‘720 LADY’ FOR CASSINA $3,000-4,000
120 LE CORBUSIER & CHARLOTTLE PERRIAND LIMITED EDITION ‘LC4’ CHAISE FOR CASSINA $5,000-7,000
130 CHAROLTTE PERIAND ‘NUAGE’ SIDEBOARD FOR CASSINA $3,000-5,000
“La semplicita e la cosa piu difficile del mondo” VICO MAGISTRETTI
150 VICO MAGISTRETTI ‘NUVOLA’ ROSSA BOOKCASE FOR CASSINA $3,000-5,000
121 PIERO LISSONI PAIR OF ‘NOTE’ LOW TABLES FOR CASSINA $800-1,200
160 MARCEL WANDERS ‘BIG SHADOW’ LAMP FOR CAPPELLINI $1,000-2,000
140 LE CORBUSIER & CHARLOTTE PERRIAND ‘LC3’ SOFA FOR CASSINA $4,000-6,000
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COLLECTABLES Nora Merralls, Manager & Specialist Administrator Dominic Kavanagh MFA, Specialist LUXURY Bethany McGougan, BA Hons, MSc, Manager, Jewellery & Luxury MODERN DESIGN Anna Grassham, BA Contemporary Arts, Head of Modern Design
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